Located at the heart of every legal education is the critical evaluation of legal cases. Case analysis is deemed by many leading legal minds to be one of the best tools for acquisition and application of course material to real world conditions. One of the problems, from the student's perspective, is the amount of time it takes to read, digest and write out formal case briefs. Faced with this problem and a generally time crunched daily routine, student's often turn to commercially prepared case briefs and/or outlines. This action does t allow for internalization of the material necessary to gain a high level of comprehension. This book template provide an organizational strategy for your cases throughout your classes, and law school career.